Dear Kim Kardashian,
I really wish I felt half as bad for your failed marriage as most of your fans do, but how do you expect the rest of the country to take your public message to your fans seriously? You had a $10,000,000 “fairytale wedding” that was disgustingly compared to Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s royal affair. Maybe it is because our country lacks young, solid role models who possess the real poise of a princess that so many are keen to support your “reality” show… the thing is, there is nothing realistic about you. What kind of person contemplating publicly announcing their upcoming divorce to millions of people, still finds the time to dress up as Poison Ivy and host a highly publicized event for a liqueur at NYC’s Lavo? The answer my doll is you. I might feel sorry for you if you weren’t still shamelessly promoting yourself and your brand instead of focusing on yourself and a situation that would send most people into seclusion. Why should any of us feel bad for someone who had the ability to put on a TEN MILLION DOLLAR EVENT? The answer is, we shouldn’t. The economy in this country is in shambles, and most of your fans Kim are in that “99%” you read about. You know, the people who stay in and watch you ruin your life because they can’t afford 1% of the luxuries you are privy to. I’m just saying that you don’t really seem all that upset about all this. Maybe you should find a way to host a $10,000,000 charity fundraiser to help those in need, or work a night at a soup kitchen instead of the clubs.
Not one of your fans
- Twitter, Where Every Celebrity Can Rant About The Kardashian Divorce [Tweet Beat] (jezebel.com)
- Kim Kardashian was Poison Ivy (wwtdd.com)
- Kim Kardashian To Fans: “I Hope You Respect My Courage” (alan.com)
- Kim Kardashian and Reggie Bush: Why These Two Are Match Made in Heaven (bleacherreport.com)